Production of metal doors at Steel Form s.r.o. company in Piešťany has its own program, which is divided into multiple systems. A separate production program consists of metal doors with a half-groove for the door frame of the CgU, CgA, CgUT, CgAT type. The doors are made from galvanized sheet metal that is bent into the profile of normally produced doors.
For the production of doors, we use a galvanized steel or stainless-steel sheet with a thickness of 0.8-1 mm.
The stiffness of the door is ensured by two perforated metal panels, using a special technology they are welded in the corners and glued together with insulating material. This material can be either styrodur or mineral wool in the required thickness.
For the production of anti-radiation doors, similar materials and procedures are used with the use of special fillings for the particular product (lead and the like).
Doors are produced in standard sizes.
The advantage of our offered products is the production of non-standard dimensions according to requirements and assessment.
These doors can be manually sliding or fully automatic sliding according to the customer requirements.
The manufacturer also ensures the production and delivery of various types of door frames, such as the doors of CgU, CgA, CgAT, CgUT type as well as system frames for anti-radiation and sliding doors. The manufacturer ensures the production of door frames to the required width and different methods of their installation.
The first product is a steel anti-radiation door with a Pb insert and a system frame. We produce doors in the form of a sandwich, pharma design with anti-radiation filling. The door casing is made of 1 mm thick galvanized sheet steel with polyester varnish surface treatment – powder fired paint in the desired RAL shade, smooth matte, interior, or made of stainless steel according to customer requirements. We produce the shielding layer from lead plates of the closest manufactured thickness with regard to the requirements of anti-radiation protection. The frames are made of sheet metal thickness 2 mm reinforced with profiles for the width of the wall as needed up to 300 mm. Door frames are intended for walling and pouring with barite mortar at least 10 times the thickness of the Pb shielding layer, as well as for installation in assembled structures.
As a standard the doors are equipped with high-quality adjustable three-point hinges and stainless-steel handles, a ball with a split rosette.
Each of the mentioned types of closure can also be equipped with an observation window with the necessary Pb equivalent.
Another product is Anti-radiation observation windows, which consist of anti-radiation glass with the necessary equivalent of lead and a shielded steel frame with lead filling that is designed to be assembled in a similar way to door frames.
Fire doors work on the basis of integrated insulating properties, which can resist fire for a certain period of time. Their task is to prevent the spread of flames and heat flow to other rooms or spaces.
All our designs of fireproof closures are intended for interior use, for walling, pouring cement-lime mortar into a solid support structure (brick wall).
We offer our products in various colour versions according to the RAL sample book, as well as without the surface treatment (clean galvanized surface), or in the AKC version (e.g. stainless steel 1.4301) in various surface versions, brushed or matte.
The fitting is a simple AL handle with a full shield, which can be replaced with a specific type of fitting according to requirements and unification with other building caps.
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